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Two-thirds of consumers may be affected by security breach at Equifax.
A lawsuit says the bank abused rate-lock rules; a federal agency probes similar complaints.
Brokers cautiously support freeing buyers from the expense of in-person inspections.
About 34 percent of all U.S. homeowners have either paid entire mortgage or never had one.
The real-estate marketing giant defends having agents and lenders share expenses.
Mortgage giants use credit-scoring systems that many consider outdated.
The mortgage giant says lenders can no longer offer certain “gifts” to borrowers.
Fannie, Freddie and FHA are making loans even to people with dings in their credit files.
Company says it will appeal decision in class-action suit about independence of appraisals.
As of April 27, the federal government is imposing a series of extensive ‘financial assessment’ tests that will make the application process tougher.